Importance Of Human Rights In Pakistan

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According to human rights education associates organisation, the base of human rights, such as regard for human life and human nobility can be discovered in many religions and philosophies. The improvement of human rights has its roots in the battle for independence and equity all around the world. “Human rights are inherent, universal, inalienable, indivisible” The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is the most extensively accepted statement on human rights in the world. The UDHR was affirmed by the UN General Assembly on 10 December 1948 to give everyone all over the world a basis measure of protection from the abuse of their rights. (the Book Exploring Global Realities) Pakistan is a imperial country in South Asia. The UDHR is composed of thirty articles, which can be classified in four parts. In terms of Pakistan, it violates all four freedoms by Franklin D. Roosevelt which are freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, freedom from fear. There is no freedom of speech as anyone, citizen or foreigner, who says anything against the countries traditions and main religion that is Islam is persecuted. The same can be said for freedom of worship as citizens of Pakistan who worship other beliefs other than islam are discriminated by everyone. The freedom from want is also violated as majority of Pakistan’s citizens do not have access to basic living facilities and proper medical care. Fear has a way of dominating a person 's life, the freedom from fear

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